Monday, November 25, 2013

Golf Sponsor Spews Anti-Christian, Anti-Conservative Vitriol

I have noted on numerous occasions that they who are out to destroy our nation and the foundations on which it was built will resort to projecting their faults onto their opponents. It is often their first choice of action, and the more dysfunctional that they are, the more vicious their projections will be. When their own positions betray a lack of intelligence or basic common sense, the accusations used in the projections get terribly ugly.

The enemy no longer goes through the motions of masking his intentions. Two of the main principles on which the United States was built should be taken into consideration so that the ex-sponsor's hate makes any sense to the reader:

-Conservative values (and our Founders, despite how they are portrayed by many revisionists, were extremely conservative)

 -Christian Virtue ( almost to a one, they either were practicing believers or at least noted the importance of those virtues to a society)

There are hard-core Leftists, who hate the private market, and there are Cultural Marxists. The latter still mostly believe in property, but have fallen for the propaganda - dispensed by whom? -  Marxists who have followed in the footsteps of early 20th century Communists such as George Lukaks and Antonio Gramsci. They and their cohorts realized after WWI that the only way that the West could turn Marxist was of the culture of the West was destroyed. Every piece of anti- white, European, Christian, Jewish, etc. material that you see today has its roots in Cultural Marxism.

The vicious man who dropped the golfer's sponsorship has convinced himself that  modern societies can continue in operation forever, even if we excise every last remnant of the building blocks of our civilization. He drank the Kool-Aid in college, and  not he is too proud to admit to himself that he was hoodwinked by his professors (or his parents).

"An appreciation for Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz and a well-known Bible verse appears to be the main reasons an aspiring professional golfer was abruptly cut off from his main source of income by his sponsor.

The golfer’s name is Jeff Cochran and until a few weeks ago, it appeared that he may have finally gotten the big break that would help him achieve his goal of having a shot to play on golf’s elite PGA tour. Cochran claims he was contracted in January by Virginia-based businessman Brian McMahon to help promote Nebraska Golf Card (NGC), a budding promotional operation that says it’s “designed to give golfers reduced rates and access to private clubs.”........

In late October, Cochran, his agent David Reynolds and NGC’s Brian McMahon both claim they were at a dinner and the conversation turned to Cruz. Cochran says he praised Cruz and his father, Raphael, mentioning that he had seen the elder Cruz on an episode of “The Glenn Beck Program.”

Cochran told TheBlaze that his sponsor was taken aback by this statement and was also troubled by the fact that his business associate was a fan of Beck. Following his pro-Cruz statement, Cochran said McMahon asked him, ”Would you be willing to give up our support to stand with that wackjob (Beck)?” Cochran answered “yes” and said the dinner continued without any additional tension or drama.

But the next morning, Cochran’s agent said, he received an email from NGC announcing that it was pulling all financial and product support from Cochran.

The email, a copy of which was provided to TheBlaze, demanded immediate return of all equipment and that Cochran stop using their logo as well. The initial email from McMahon to Cochran’s agent was quite specific as to the reason for the split (emphasis added):......

[The article in the link has the full text]

David, I have never had an issue with you or really Jeff for that matter, but this situation is very disturbing. I have been tolerant of his religious views and even supported his off course speaking. However, I just can’t allow my company to be associated with these radical political views. The idea that Jeff would line up with the likes of Glenn Beck or Ted Cruz or any other individual interested in destroying America [this screams projection], just isn’t something I can swallow.

Cochran and Reynolds said they immediately complied with the demand and returned the equipment, they told TheBlaze. That quick response triggered the email thank-you from McMahon shown below, but that note also contained a few parting shots (emphasis added).

I looked up the verse Jeff put on the bag [Philippians 4:17*] and had to laugh,” the email said. ”How can someone so smart be so gullible? The idea of trusting or believing that someone has control over your future is the definition of insanity. I will continue to trust people I’ve actually met and trust to help chart my course.

” I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”]

McMahon’s email continued (emphasis added): “Tell Jeff if he ever decides to relinquish these childish and uneducated views, we might be willing to renew our relationship.” He ended the email, “In me I trust, Brian.”.....

He didn’t hold back, mocking Cochran for listening to
[Glenn] Beck: “Jeff is the perfect target for someone like Beck. He believes he has been forgiven for past indiscretions by a mystical power who lives in the clouds, so why wouldn’t he be gullible (sic) enough for the Tea Baggers.”......"

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